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CEO Roundtable Discussion: App Developers – Agents of Change and Influence (Part Two)

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CEO Roundtable Discussion: App Developers – Agents of Change and Influence (Part Two)

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This post comes from Stephanie Xavier at the New Relic blog.

The discussion about the new playing field for app developers continues with part two of our roundtable series featuring notable coding CEOs of modern software companies in San Francisco.  These CEOs are leading companies that have been both agents of change and disruptors. Today’s topics of discussion are trailblazing the self-service model and building a community of app developers.

Don’t miss hearing insights from the below coding CEOs:

Check out this video to hear “Diving In With the Developer Crowd.”

Hear this discussion about “Complexity Kills and Self Service Lives.”

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If you enjoyed this, then make plans for a no-holds-barred celebration of modern software and data nerdery at FutureStack, a tech conference sponsored by New Relic, where we will be debating software’s impact on our world.

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